Jack Ross and Ray McKinnon may want to think twice about trying to win next month’s Irn-Bru Cup final when St Mirren take on Dundee United at Fir Park.
With Celtic having all but wrapped up the title, and Aberdeen pulling away from Rangers, the bottom six may be the last bastion of competition in this season’s Scottish top flight, as Rory West writes
RANGERS have stepped up their search for a new boss following Sunday's defeat to Dundee.
Rangers caretaker boss Graeme Murty had an 'over the top' reaction to a Harry Forrester miss on Sunday as his side lost 2-1 to Dundee.
CARETAKER boss Graeme Murty admitted the Rangers players’ confidence is shot after they slumped to a 2-1 defeat at Dundee which he branded “unacceptable”.
Dundee record their first home league win over Rangers since 1992 and move into the Premiership's top six. (UK only)
A quarter of a century is a long time in anyone’s language so this victory – Dundee’s first at home over Rangers, indeed against either side of the Old Firm, since August 1992 – was rightly celebrated by their fans.
Rangers caretaker manager Graeme Murty admitted the Ibrox club’s fans deserve better after they fell to a first defeat at Dens Park since 1992.